Since I mentioned our new route in the Indian Peaks in my post yesterday, I figured I might as well show off a couple of pictures. The route climbs the west face of the eastern buttress of Shoshoni Peak (12,967 feet). It had five pitches, mostly 5.8 or so with a devious crux pitch of 5.10b (shown with your correspondent deviously placing every piece on his rack after enduring a run-out traverse below). And, yes, we chucked a lot of loose rock off the face. That, along with some stomach problems for my partner, Greg Sievers, yielded the route name: Mass Wasting.